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The 10 Coolest Big Data Startups Of 2017 (So Far)

Demand for big data products and services is growing more than 18 percent a year and that's giving rise to a steady stream of startups bringing their big data technology to the market.

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DataScience

CEO: Ian Swanson

Data scientists are in short supply these days, so businesses are looking for every way to maximize their data scientists' time and make the best use of their talents.

DataScience offers an enterprise data science platform that combines tools, libraries and languages with IT infrastructure and business workflows. An extensive update released in May offers either on-premise or cloud deployment options – the latter across multiple cloud service providers – along with security, customizable workflows and support for a wider range of data science programming languages.

DataScience was founded in 2014 and is based in Culver City, Calif. In June the company formed an alliance with H2O.ai, developer of an open-source artificial intelligence system, in a move that allows data scientists to deploy artificial intelligence and deep learning models with the DataScience platform.

 
 
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